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Hi friends…

I am putting my photographic note cards, greeting cards, bookmarks and prints on www.etsy.com.  Was going to create my own web site, but then…why reinvent the wheel.  Just started loading info on the site today and will have dozens more items in the days, weeks and months ahead.  You can check it out now at https://www.etsy.com/shop/ManInTheMoonCards?ref=si_shop, but please stop back from time to time for additional items.

More fiction and poetry to come soon…


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The view from the Hauser Estate Winery…where I had a great tour and awesome time.  For some strange reason, this web site will not let me enlarge photo for posting as I normally do.  Click on photo to see larger image.


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In remembrance of September 11, 2001, I am reposting my photograph of the field in Shanksville where our brothers and sisters fought and died to protect their country.  I took this about a year after that day when the make-shift, temporary memorials were there and more moving to see than any official structure could ever be.

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Was in DC for the weekend and had a fun day today at the Eastern Market. Some of it is open Saturdays and Sundays and other parts are open weekdays as well. The latter would be the garden center area and the food and flower vendors inside the buildings. My daughter says the market is open year round. If you’re in DC, it’s a fun excursion and prices are great. We bought a fairly large red crepe myrtle for $27, several matted prints starting at $20 each, pretty and unique headbands were 3 for $10. There is a little bit of everything, including lots of jewelry which I resisted. I did find donut peaches for $2.99 a lb – they were 80 cents each at my grocery store. After wearing ourselves out, we had fantastic gelato and raspberry lemonade. These are the kinds of places tourists don’t usually find so I’m sharing my day and suggesting you might want to visit if you’re in DC.

Some Photos…


Vendors inside market


Lots of artwork and almost all of it was original.  Lots of one-of-a kind pieces.


Produce outside…


Free samples…


On the way in…


Actually a sun hat would have been a good idea today…


Blue fish – you can’t just get them anywhere…  This photo reminds me I should have taken a pic of the beautiful handmade raviolis another vendor had.


Inside the market building…


Everything is fresh…


These guys were great on the bongos…


On the way down the street for amazing gelato…

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Gettysburg 150

Lovely girls…


Carriage rides…


Flowers are abundant in the circle and around the square…


The Pub…


Violinist in front of Hauser Estate Winery…


The Pub…one of four restaurants on the square and one of many within one block radius


Local news coverage of 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg


Front of historic Gettysburg Hotel…


Our center circle and a gorgeous summer sky…


The circle – with courthouse in the background…


Gettysburg Hotel quadrant of the square…

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